Organizational Behavior

In-person | 01 – 09 July 2023

This course examines human behavior at the individual, group and organization level. Theories, models and research will be discussed and applied through case studies, individual and team assignments, experiential exercises and reflection on work experience. Each topic has been selected to help you better manage yourself, other people, groups and organizations.

This is a not-for-credit course. E-certificates of Completion will be issued to participants upon the satisfactory completion of the course.

By the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand how organizations are changing and learn to operate in this ‘new’ environment
  • Solve real-world management dilemmas & problems using 100 years of research and current thought leadership in organization behavior
  • Communicate your thoughts and opinions in a coherent and competent way (both verbally and in writing).
  • Be an effective team player and leader
  • Know how to avoid being in someone’s “worst boss” story

About Dr. Ian Williamson

Ian O. Williamson is the Dean of the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine. Previously he was the Pro-Vice Chancellor and the Dean of the Wellington School of Business and Government at Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand). Professor Williamson has also served on the faculties of the Melbourne Business School (Australia), Rutgers Business School (USA), the Zurich Institute of Business Education (Switzerland), the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland (USA) and Institut Teknologi Bandung (Indonesia). He received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA).

Prof. Williamson’s is a globally recognized expert in the area of human resource management. His research examines the impact of “talent pipelines” on organizational and community outcomes. In particular, his research focuses on how human and social capital influences firm operational and financial outcomes, talent management in the context of new ventures and growth-oriented firms, the role of human resource practices in driving firm innovation and the impact of social issues on firm outcomes.

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S$3,745 inclusive of GST, course materials and e-certificate.

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Payment is due 14 days prior to the start date of the program.

Course Schedule
Date Time (SGT)
Session 1 Saturday, July 01, 2022 9am to 6.00pm
Session 2 Sunday, July 02, 2022 9am to 6.00pm
Session 3 Tuesday, July 04, 2022 7pm to 10pm
Session 4 Thursday, July 06, 2022 7pm to 10pm
Session 5 Saturday, July 08, 2022 9am to 6.00pm
Session 6 Sunday, July 09, 2022 9am to 6.00pm
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Group Enrollment

We encourage organizations to send multiple senior personnel to Rutgers Executive Education programs to leverage the impact of a program within your team or company. If you send three or more personnel to a Rutgers program of up to 30% off the retail list price. See individual programs or contact us for further information.

Executive Development Program

Rutgers’ understands that functional expertise is not enough when moving to senior roles that require broader skill sets. Our Executive Leadership Program is designed for successful functional, country, or unit managers preparing to take on higher roles within their organization, requiring them to lead beyond their areas of education and experience.

Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

CPE/UEN#: 201019419W.
Registration Period:
22 May 2020 to 21 May 2024

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